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How To Make Your Veggies Taste Great... Five Tips To Spice Up Your Plate

Updated: Dec 27, 2019


We have all heard at some points in our lives the benefits of eating a nutritional balance diet and all the countless good it will do for us like preventing against certain cancers and keeping us stronger for longer. But to put simply unless people enjoy what they are shoving down their mouths no one is going to stick with it for the long run which is why a large percentage of the public quit their diets 2/3 weeks in.

1. trying blending 5 a day fruits with vegetables

As most people complain about the bland, bitter and sour taste of vegetables blending and mixing their favourite fruits with their daily portion of vegetables can improve the taste and create the best of both worlds by providing the luxurious taste of fruit while also providing the protein and nutrients of vegetables. A easy way to do this is to buy a blender like the " Nutri-bullet" .

2. Focus On Your Flavours

I can agree that the main vegetables that we have to eat for good health like kale, spinach, broccoli etc don't taste very good at all to most of us normal people. But with a bit of time and effort we can improve this directly by pan-cooking them which is by far the easiest way to improve the taste. This can be done by combining your daily veggies with diced garlic, olive oil, chopped onions and a touch of butter. This will add a lot of flavour to those bland and bitter veggies while maintain all the healthy benefits of the vegetables.

3. Add Some Dressing

There are a small hand full of veggies like broccoli that need to be cooked, the majority can be highly nutritious and very tasty when eaten raw. If eating your veggies raw is your preference one of the best way to do this is to add a little dressing on top.

4. Steaming

If you are one of many people that don't like the crunchy texture of vegetables steaming can be a great way for you to eradicate that problem. One of the benefits of steaming your vegetables is that it doesn't add calories during the cooking process.

5. Cook your protein with sautéed vegetables

when cooking meat or poultry use sautéed vegetables such as peppers, onions and tomatoes theses will add lots of taste flavours and nutrients to your dish without adding a lot of calories


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